On the one hand, there are the managers, who want to formulate certain things very precisely in an offer. On the other hand, there is the finance department, which only supports certain offers. The sales managers want to achieve certain targets and are therefore. Rluctant to accept certain discounts and prices,” explains Goldman out. “And in the end, the salespeople are caught between two fires: the wishes of the company on the one hand and the wishes. Of the prospect on the other.” This is where your sales ops team can step in with automation tools. That take into account conflicting interests while supporting the front line salespeople. Valerie Papa uses a CPQ (Configure, Price, Quote) program . This software allows her team to provide pre-approv quote templates.
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Sellers can then adapt the templates themselves to the wishes of customers, enter the correct discounts and forward the quotations to the right person for approval. “Our whole system is bas on CPQ. We do everything with Salesforce,” says Valerie Papa. Automatic quotations and proposals also prevent errors. According to the State of Israel Email List Sales survey, 65% of top salespeople have automat this task, compar to 37% of low-performing salespeople. “I’ve often seen a salesperson accidentally enter a zero too much or too little into a quote for a prospect. This is a huge problem in corporate contracts,” said Kenny Goldman. There are only so many hours in a day, but a sales ops team can help your reps make the most of the time.
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